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No. 6754, Ehu, Lahaina, February 2, 1848
Greetings to you all: I hereby state my claim for a lot at Pahoa, for your information.
Here is its nature: I pay Namauu 450 /?/ per annum. That is my message to you.
No. 6754, Naehu, Ehu in Index, Disputed by Kekuanaoa
Kaleleiki, sworn, Knows the place in dispute. It is situated in "Pahoa" and enclosed by a stone fence. The fence was made by claimant in 1845. He received the place from Manauu in the same year. It was given as lands were generally given to kanakas at that time. Claimant built a house on the place and cultivated it. He has lived there ever since. No one else lives inside the fence. There is no kuleana on it. He paid a rent of 50 cents a year for it. He never went to the Konohiki's labor. He has held uninterrupted possession of th ....
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.... ai is the proper boundary on that side. Knows that when naehu built the fence the boundary was disputed by Laahili, and acknowledged to be so by claimant, who offered to hold the piece in dispute under Laahili. But is has been included in the survey made by Mr. Alexander, probably by mistake.
No. 6754, Kaehu, See 6624
Moku, sworn, I know this land in Pahoa in Lahaina, Maui. It is walled in.
[It is bounded]
Mauka by konohiki's land
Olowalu by konohiki's land
Makai by Kamohai's land
Kaanapali by Laahili's land.
He received this land from N. Namauu in 1837, and he has lived peacefully since that time to the present. No one has objected.
I am the konohiki of that land now. No one has objected to me.
[Award 6754; Land Patent 8260; Pahoa Lahaina; 1 ap.; 7 Acs 30 rods]